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The Small Island Mix Pack

The Small Island Mix Pack

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What's in the pack

The mix pack of beverages for all occasions! 
4 x Stout
1 x Riesling
1 x 2023 Pinot 
1 x Shiraz
1 x Naturally Sparkling 
$199 + free shipping

Tasting notes

Dangerous Ales x Small Island Stout:
Danger Island is an imperial oatmeal aged for four months in freshly emptied Pinot oak barrels from Small Island Wines. The result, a full-bodied stout boasting smooth malt sweetness, rich chocolate and coffee notes along hints of coconut from the oak.

STYLE: Pinot Oak Aged Stout
ABV: 10.5%

2023 Riesling:
50% Upper Derwent, 50% Tamar Valley.

This is a fantastic riesling. Slipped with fruit sweetness, herbal, ripe, scintillatingly long, and dry-feeling, simultaneously. Apples and lemons, flashes of dried herbs, a citrus sorbet note and a talc-like aspect. It seduces as it slings on, and on - Campbell Matthison (The Winefront)

Rated : 94 Points
Tasted : Jun24
Alcohol : 12%
Price : $38
Drink : 2024 - 2034

2023 Pinot Noir:
From vineyards in the south of Tasmania. A frisky, bright, crisp pinot noir with hallmark red cherry, cranberry, woody spices, turned earth elements and some salty, liquorice notes in tow. Quite tightly wound, feels energetic and refreshing with a kind of skittish, nervous energy to it all. Vibrant, to say the least. Refreshing is an understatement. In all that, fun drinking - Mike Bennie (The Winefront)

Rated : 92 Points
Tasted : APR24
Alcohol : 12.7%
Price : $49

2023 Shiraz:
From Relbia, northern Tasmania, made in the south. Very crisp and frisky yet plenty of forest berries, plum, blood orange and rose hip tea going on. Energetic red wine but has some glide and slide that feels super appealing and the general sense of cool climate shiraz (syrah?!) seems apt. Fine, light, talc-like tannins, a cool grip of black tea giving some tone too, licks of minty herbs, a quiet autumnal character drawn through too. Feels good, drinks good - Mike Bennie (The Winefront)

Rated : 93 Points
Tasted : APR24
Alcohol : 13%
Price : $49
Drink : 2024 - 2030

2023 Chardonnay Pinot Noir:
A naturally sparkling wine made from oak-raised chardonnay with a splash of rosé of pinot noir. A one off from Small Island, perhaps.

Lots of flavour and character, delicious in its lean into salted cashew, fino sherry notes, touches of dried apple with fresh and vibrant citrus and floral elements also in play. Broad, vigorous bubbles, a very vinous kind of expression that happens to have fizz, is the feel. It’s delicious, moreish, and has that sense of ‘gourmand expression’ to it. A delight. - Mike Bennie (The Winefront)

Rated : 92 Points
Tasted : APR24
Alcohol : 12%
Price : $42
Drink : 2024 - 2027

Food pairing

The mix pack is a selection of beverages for all occasions. Have the Pinot Noir with duck, the Riesling with oysters, the Shiraz with lamb and the Sparkling & Stout with good friends.

About the winemaker

Tasmanian-born James Broinowski completed his bachelor of viticulture and oenology at the University of Adelaide in ’13. He was faced with the same problem as many other graduates wanting to strike out on their own: cash.

While others in his predicament may have found the same solution, his was the first wine venture to successfully seek crowdfunding.

The first year, he bought enough pinot noir from Glengarry in Tasmania’s north to make 2100 bottles of pinot noir (which won a gold medal at the Royal International Hobart Wine Show ’16) and 200 bottles of rosé. The following year he was able to buy pinot from the highly rated Gala Estate on the East Coast, as well as a repeat order from Glengarry. In ’19, James added Saltwater River vineyard on the Tasmania Peninsula to his roster of premium single sites.

The quality of the wines is seriously good, too.-JAMES HALLIDAY


Shipping rates

Free shipping when you spend over $100.

$15 shipping when you spend below $100.

Domestic Shipping Policy

All orders are processed within 2-3 business days. Orders are not shipped or delivered on weekends or holidays. If we are experiencing a high volume of orders, shipments may be delayed by a few days. Please allow additional days in transit for delivery. If there will be a significant delay in shipment of your order, we will contact you via email or telephone.

Estimated delivery time

Fastway Standard 7-14 business days (metro)

Fastway 14-30 (rural)

Aus Post *7-30 business days

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Commendations for previous vintages

Wow. Small island, but a big pinot noir. Tasmania’s answer to Central Otago. The colour is deep, and both the texture and tannin structure are powerful. But amidst this feast of plenty, there is purity and restraint to the cherry fruit that emerges to claim the finish and after taste. Gold medal Hobart Wine Show & richly deserved.


Impressively deep and youthful red-purple colour; savoury aromas of forest-floor, fresh-turned earth and peat-moss. A smoky/nori-like umami aspect. The wine is powerful, intense and impactful, with a long-lasting tannins and persistent follow-through. A sumptuous wine with real class and Burgundy-like dimensions. Very impressive.


It fits into the perfumed steamroller category. It's light but powerful, pretty but not at the expense of substance. It looks as though Small Island Wines is a star in the making. Crisp red berries, under growth, woody spices, a svelte impersonation of plum, florals. Billboards of savouriness line the road of fruit. It's a brilliant wine.